Estudos dirigidos inovadores para a aprendizagem significativa de bioquímica no curso de biologia: uma pesquisa baseada em design

Caetano da Costa, Eduardo Galembeck

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Para lidar com a transmissão em geral descontextualizada da informação no ensino de bioquímica, foram aplicadas três intervenções na disciplina Metabolismo para Biologia, na forma de estudos dirigidos inovadores. Descrevem-se a construção, aplicação e avaliação de dois estudos dirigidos, contextualizados como um problema real ou uma visão integrativa, usando temas amplos como evolução e adaptação metabólica. A fim de avaliar o impacto de ambas as intervenções sobre o interesse, motivação e aprendizagem das vias metabólicas, foi realizada uma pesquisa baseada em design com ciclos de aplicação e avaliação, por meio de observação em sala de aula, análise de notas em provas e entrevistas com estudantes. A análise e a interpretação dos resultados indicam benefícios para o ensino e a aprendizagem, com informações úteis para orientar a elaboração e o refino de novos materiais de ensino e para tornar a aprendizagem ativa mais significativa.

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Estudo dirigido; Bioquímica; Pesquisa baseada em design

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